|An Introduction to Kambun - Sydney Crawcour|
This manual is intended to provide an introduction to the kambun kundoku style for students whose primary interest is Japanese studies. Secondarily, I hope that it will be of some help to students whose main field is classical Chinese and who wish to make use of Japanese editions of Chinese texts.
Keywords: Kundoku; Japanese language -- Syntax; Chinese language -- Ancient Chinese, 600-1200 -- Translating into Japanese
|Analysis Seed to Learn Chinese Language More Efficiently - Kok-Wah LEE @ XpreeLi|
First Edition (version 1.0) published online on 16 January 2009 This file is a seed to analyze the needed number of Chinese lexemes for basic understanding of Chinese newspaper articles. Any person with prior knowledge of Japanese kanji and/or Korean hanja shall feel friendly and effectively learning the semantics of Chinese language using the method proposed here by first learning the most popular Chinese characters...
Keywords: Chinese language learning; popular Chinese characters; applicability to other languages in general & specific contexts
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|Artificial Neural Network Based Byzantine Agreement Protocol - Kok-Wah Lee @ XpreeLi|
Second Edition (version 2.0) publicly archived online on 10 April 2010 This research-prone master's degree thesis is conceptualized, prepared, and written by Kok-Wah Lee @ Xpree Li on the application of artificial neural network (ANN) to simulate individual human thinking and human communications network for solving Byzantine Generals Problem (BGP) towards a Byzantine Agreement Protocol (BAP) in the simplest environment of computer communications network...
Keywords: Artificial Neural Network (ANN); Byzantine Generals Problem (BGP); Byzantine Agreement Protocol (BAP); Computer Communications; Cryptography; Information Security
|Australian Embassy-Beijing: Aid to Rural Tibetans in China--Tents for Herders - Sonan Jetsun|
Australian Embassy-Beijing: Aid to Rural Tibetans in China--Tents for Herders Sincere appreciation is extended to the Australian Embassy in Beijing, which provided 60,000RMB. Local people provided 1,800RMB for a total project value of 61,800RMB. This bought 60 tents for impoverished Tibetan families in Lanyid (Lianyi) Tibetan Village, Gommo (Gongbu) Township, Sderong (Derong) County, Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province, PR China and related transportation expenses...
Keywords: Australian Embassy in Beijing; Tibetan rural development; Derong; Ganzi; tents for herders
|可能吧 维基百科，自由的百科全书 ( 2013 07 04 12 44 13 AM)|
可能吧 维基百科，自由的百科全书 ( 2013 07 04 12 44 13 AM)
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